According to the calculations of Julius Baer, ​​the SMI The new trading week starts unchanged at 11,262 points. Of the 20 SMI stocks, only Credit Suisse (-0.71%) and Nestlé (-1.87%) are in the red. Nestlé food company is trading today with no profits. Zurich Insurance Company recorded the largest increase, at 0.95 percent.

The broad market rose 0.45% ahead of the market. Only Bucher Industries (-0.64%) and Emmi (-0.77%) have a negative signal due to dividends. After Berenberg’s target price increase, VAT shares rose 1.11 percent.



The increased chances of joining the Champions League encourage investors to join Borussia Dortmund (BVB). Bundesliga shares will rise 2.7 per cent ahead of the market. With a 4-1 win over Bremen at the weekend, the club reduced the difference to Eintracht Frankfurt, direct competitors to participate in the Champions League. Frankfurt lost 4-0 to Mönchengladbach.



Target price and classification of changes in the Swiss market:



At the start of the new stock exchange week, it was Dax According to bank and brokerage accounts, start higher on Mondays. The leading German index was just below the record high of 15,473.83 points it hit on Friday. On the Monday appointment calendar, there are only a few highlights plus a number of corporate budgets from abroad.

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According to IG accounts, the movements are SMI Before the trading session, it decreased by 0.04 percent.

Volatility in the Swiss stock market remains low. According to the VSMI Volatility Index, the SMI will fluctuate within a small fluctuation range of 0.65 percent on Monday (today). This corresponds to +/- 74 pips compared to the recent closing price of 11,262.97 pips. The VSMI index fell 0.8 percent to 12.50 points on Friday.



The The Nikkei index has 225 values It is 0.2 percent higher at 29,731 points. The broader Topix index rose 0.1 percent to 1,962 points.

The Shanghai Stock Exchange rose 1.3 percent. The index of the most important companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen rose 2.6 percent.

Investors are betting that central banks will maintain their loose monetary policy and that global vaccination programs will be able to prevent a renewed wave of infections. “The highly supportive monetary and financial environment continues to provide a fertile environment for investing in risk,” said Rodrigo Catrill, senior foreign exchange analyst at National Australia Bank. The European Central Bank is meeting on Thursday with no expectation of any changes in interest rates or guidelines.


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I Asian currency trading The dollar lost 0.1 percent to 108.63 yen and rose 0.1 percent to 6.5249 yuan. Regarding the Swiss currency, it was trading up 0.1 percent at 0.9209 francs. Meanwhile, the euro fell 0.2 percent to $ 1.1955 and fell 0.1 percent to 1.1011 francs. The British Pound receded at $ 1.3833.

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